Hand book of physiology v 1

finally coalescing into one great cavity — the medullary cavity of the shaft. Stage
5. — Absorption of the Inner Layers of the Periosteal Bone — The absorption of
the endochondral spongy bone is now complete, and the medullary cavity is ...

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A Manual of pathological anatomy v 1

bones , and by a special comparison with those directly implicated . Thus , as
examples , we ... Within this cells become developed , which , following the
process of physiological bone - formation , change into bonecorpuscles . ( c . )
The slowly ...

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Tablets of anatomy v 1

But the bone is formed so early , - before any bone except the clavicle , - and so
rapidly , that it is impossible to determine exactly its earliest condition . The
greater part of the bone is formed in the fibrous tissue investing Meckel ' s
cartilage ...

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A Manual of pathological anatomy v 1 1854

bone . This difference of habit corresponds to a different process of ossification ,
and to a different elementary texture . In the first place , we miss the laminated
structure of true bone . The medullary canaliculi are present , the bone
corpuscles ...

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Physiological chemistry v 1 1851

induration ( or eburneation ) the bones often do not regain their normal quantity
of phosphate of lime . ... by treating one thin section of bone with dilute
hydrochloric acid , so as to remove the earths , and another with a dilute solution
of potash ...

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The National medical dictionary v 1 A G

Török ] ; — Hinterhauptgelenkdreieck , triangle with same apex and base
between posterior extremities of condyles of occipital bone ( v . Török ] ; —
Interjugaldreieck , triangle with same apex and base between interjugular
processes of ...

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Handbook for the physiological laboratory v 1 text

For the study of the periosteum and of the compact bony substance , i . e . , of its
lamellæ and lacunæ , with the cells contained in them , sections of the long
bones of man are very suitable . The spongy substance can be best examined in
the ...

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Elements of anatomy v 1

The fibula articulates at both extremities Articulawith the tibia , and at the inferior
one with the outer surface tions . of the astragalus . The ossification of the shaft of
this bone occurs a little Ossification . later than that of the shaft of the tibia .

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Manual of human and comparative histology v 1 1870

The organic and mineral constituents of the matrix of bone , which are thus
capable of being separated from one another , are so intimately blended together
both in moist recent and in dried bones , that even with high microscopic powers
no ...

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Deformities including diseases of the bones and joints v 1

Alfred Herbert Tubby. 1 matic spondylitis ( see Spondylitis | Tuberculosis of
hones and. Sprengel ' s shoulderand deficiency of vertebræ , i . 47 and
displacement of spinous processes , i . 47 and facial asymmetry , i . 43 Spring -
finger ( see Jerk ...

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Transactions V 1

malar process of the maxillary bone . With strong cutting pliers , I then cut through
the malar bone into the orbital cavity ; then through the nasal process of the
superior maxillary bone and lachrymal bones , by passing the blades of the pliers
 ...

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The Shakespeare Phrase Book

My bones bear witness , That since have felt the vigour of his rage . . . Com . of
Errors , iv . 4 . Hing her an epitaph upon her tomb , And sing it to her bones . . . . . .
Much Ado , v . 1 . Sries on every one , To show his teeth as white as ...

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A Manual of surgical treatment v 1 1899 1903

They occur especially in the phalanges and metatarsal bones, in the jaw, in the
pelvis, or about the epiphyses of long bones. Sometimes also they occur in soft
parts, such as the parotid, the submaxillary glands, and the testicle ; but it is a ...

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Text book of physiology v 1 1898 1900

0.350 Fluorine 0229 Chlorine 0 : 183 Hoppe - Seyler considered that the
characteristic inorganic ingredient of bone , dentine , and enamel is one
analogous to apatite . Apatite has the formula Ca1 , F1 , ( PO ) , or Ca ,, C1 , (
PO4 ) . Very small ...

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Manual of operative surgery v 1

Operation by the median incision , with removal of the whole bone . The middle
incisor tooth corresponding to the side to be operated upon is drawn , and the
facial artery compressed on both sides by an assistant . The incision is begun at
the ...

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